There's an ongoing movement which is giving rise to a resurgence of this wonderful rarity. Bill Wylie from Australia is the craftsman that has started it all. All those folks who purchase a Hexadecimal 'copy' from him is encouraged to enter his/her name here in this special section
There are now 3 names entered into the (Bill Wylie original) section of this hall for this puzzle made from Tasmanian Myrtle .
According to Dave, "A limited edition finely crafted puzzle in a beautiful presentation box. Each puzzle will be serialized with up to 190 units being produced . Finely crafted in Maine cherry wood and handcrafted in Spring Hill, Florida, it is designed for puzzle-solvers, computer enthusiasts, and logical thinkers" .
There is now 1 name entered into the (Dave Janelle original) section of this hall for this puzzle .
(Owners of private sales copies -- of originals)
P r i v a t e S a l e s c o p i e s
There is now 1 name entered into the (Private Sales) section of this hall for this puzzle .
Out of 7500 Hexadecimal Puzzles made, there are now 21 singular names entered into this Hall .
Only 7479 left to be placed . . . . .
A very special 'Thanks' to all who have given their names on this page
LIST OF NAMES ENTERED : . . . in alphabetical order (names with numbers beside them are multiple owners)
1. Fred Beavon
2. Jim Bunstock
4. Jane Florer
6. John Haché
7. Pantazis Houlis
8. Michel van Ipenburg (2)
9. Matti Linkola
10. Ryann Smith Marcio
11. Pekka (Matti's friend)
12. Juan Perez
13. Kevin Sadler
14. Jaap Scherphuis
15. Goetz Schwandtner
16. Daniel Sing
17. Patty L. Smith
19. Huso Taso (2)
20. Stanislav Tvrdik
21. Richard Whiting . . . . . (HALL moderator)